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Johnson column: You don’t see 11-hour batting marathons anymore in Test cricket

By Martin Johnson Some of you will remember a Seventies television sitcom in which the title character, Reggie Perrin, opens a shop called..

September 12, 2018 with 0 Comments

Pringle column: ECB may still offer a pathway for universities

Derek Pringle focusses on the state of university cricket after eleven players from Anglia Ruskin were named in Cambridge MCCU's team to..

May 17, 2018 with 0 Comments

Pringle column: Did a certain Australian just use the c-word?

Derek Pringle looks at the week Cricket Australia endured and a past episode of ball-tampering in this country

April 4, 2018 with 0 Comments

From Botham’s beef to the Pollock pearls, TV was a joy

Peter Hayter spends a day on his sofa enthusing at the expertise of Sky’s coverage at Headingley SKY TV’s monopoly of live coverage of..

May 29, 2017 with 0 Comments

Martin Johnson column – Players can get teed off with Press sometimes… Don’t I know!

If I had a fiver for every time a cricketer has said: “I never read the newspapers” I’d be a rich man. And if I had a fiver for every..

December 20, 2016 with 0 Comments

Top captains in numbers… but not necessarily in their rankings!

As Alastair Cook surpasses Michael Atherton as England’s most-capped skipper, Derek Pringle identifies the key similarities between the..

November 16, 2016 with 0 Comments

England lost throughout the 1990s – because rivals were the all-time greats

Emma John knew nothing but defeat as a fan of 90s England. But were Atherton’s Army really that bad? It can take a long time to heal..

May 23, 2016 with 0 Comments


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